Mid-Afternoon Drops

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“Somewhere in Binmaley.” Luscious green leaves, russet brown branches plus the delicate yellow flower made the rain worthwhile.
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Strikingly beautiful. This photograph is a combination of earthiness and allure, that it focuses on the focal part of the three flowers. I also love how the leaves showed its restful harmony in nature.
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One of my purposes in taking this angle is to splash an eye-view of the pouring rain.
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“Dad’s suggestion.” For me to give you a whole view of my subject, he asked me to take this, right after the rain poured.
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Here’s my most favorite shot. I don’t want to sound biased but look at its perfection, eh? Comment below if you disagree. (LOL)
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“The Flower and the Flower Buds.” When you spell daunting, flowers give us the first look that God created something pleasing to the eyes and to the soul.
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“A Discreet Beauty.” The single side view has a deep contour about nature’s universal love.
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“The exquisiteness of a woman is like a flower in a mild dew.” – Samantha C. De Guzman
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“The uniqueness of a thing depends on the plurality of the mind.” If I roam around the bush, I sure know there are abundant things out there. But this flower’s beauty is exceptional.

Photos by: Samantha C. De Guzman

Credits to: Tita Lulu, for the flowers in their place

 “If all the raindrops would taste like mint…oh, what a rain that would be!” Last month started raining so hard.I was with my pops back, then, and we were bounded to go home. The rain madly fell in a cloudy afternoon so we had no choice but to stop by at a near beauty parlor shop. Raindrops add refinement to flowers. They complement the drippy leer of these flowers. Aren’t they beautiful?

by: Samantha C. De Guzman

(NO PLAGIARISM)

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